Being mobbed every time you leave the house is all in a day's work for Robert Pattinson.
But for Tate Ellington, who played Robert Pattinson's on-screen best friend in Remember Me, thousands of screaming fans following you down the street is one helluva terrifying experience.
OK.co.uk's Nicola McCafferty spent an evening chatting with Tate, the self-effacing actor who starred as Aidan Hall, about what life is like for the…
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Sabrina Frank was cast as Vera in 'Eclipse', Rosalie's friend in her back story. Her part was eventually cut from the film. In an interview with Glamour (Germany) she talked about Rob and Kristen.
Rough translation of the part where she mentions by KstewRobFans :)
Glamour: Did you notice the Hype around that Robert Pattinson &…
What a great year it has been for Robert Pattinson. In less than a year, he has starred in three feature films, Twilight: New Moon, Eclipse, and Remember Me. You might think that Pattinson would take some time off after working so hard in such a short period of time, but Pattinson tells us this is not so. Pattinson is working like crazy and recently gave us his…Continue
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Dust and limbs moved wildly around the ring. My legs stretched out in front of me faster and faster as the animals approached. On my left a llama came and went. Where were the zebras and camels? Screams echoed around and around and my heart pounded. Leaping over hay bales I came bounding almost even with the llama again….
There is really no way to make 4:30am a comfortable time to wake-up. It just doesn’t feel right. The body…Continue
Aside from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2, Bewley also has a couple of other projects lined up, it seems, including Ecstasy (self-explanatory), Soldiers Of Fortune (with Christian Slater, Sean Bean, Ving Rhames and Dominic Moynahan), and Like Crazy ("another independent project that Bewley compares to The…Continue
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Dose.ca recently had the chance to catch up with Kellan Lutz in Toronto, Canada where he chatted about the Breaking Dawn movie, an Emmett spin-off and so much more. Check it out:
In Eclipse, we see Jasper and Rosalie’s backstories. Where’s Emmett’s?…Continue
In 2009, a person who was in rehab with Chaske Spencer, decided to go public with the information that Chaske Spencer had gone to rehab selling his story to TMZ. Chaske Spencer responded by putting the following statement on his blog:
“Personal Message from Chaske Spencer Setting the…Continue
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Melissa will be speaking in LA at the Writer's Guild Foundation on Tuesday evening — tune into a livestream here. In the meantime, check out our all-new exclusive interview with her here now.
PopSugar: How did you feel about the decision to split Breaking Dawn into two…Continue
After three Twilights, Bella Swan is still a virgin. Which is one more virgin than you can expect to find in Robert Pattinson's forthcoming, sex-filled period piece Bel Ami, co-starring Uma Thurman.
"It's about a character called Georges Duroy, who is a broke ex-soldier in Paris in 1890. Basically, he has no drive. He's just jealous of everything. I quite liked the story," Pattinson says, describing his role as "a completely amoral,…
Melissa Rosenberg has been Stephenie Meyer’s big-screen translator since the first Twilight movie debuted back in 2008. With a new director coming on to each film, Rosenberg’s constant presence has helped ensure Meyer’s story stays constant throughout the saga. Also, in Eclipse, since director David Slade isn’t a writer, all the words spoken by your favorite characters came straight from Rosenberg’s computer. We checked in…Continue
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I know i posted the script of this, but this is better. The way she acknowledges her klutziness is adorable.…Continue
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